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This page contains guidelines to install the iCub nVidia CUDA Workstation.
We assume you have installed a working Debian or Ubuntu on the laptop. You can freely decide to install 32 bit or 64 bit, the code compiles on both architectures. Be aware that if you plan to share the repository with other machines, all machines need to have the same architecture (32 versus 64 bits, same versions of the libraries). A possibility would be to share the same code directory and different builds.
Prerequisite : basic system setup for a iCub machine
Please follow the instructions on page Generic iCub machine installation instructions, in order to prepare a generic machine for the iCub network. Then, follow the below steps to customize it as the iCub Laptop
NOTE: in the following instructions, we assume that the installed OS is a Debian GNU/Linux Wheezy. if you are usign a different distribution os release, please modify the instructions accordingly.
Install cuda toolkit =
From debian non-free repository, install the following packages
install nvidia-cuda-toolkit nvidia-cuda-dev
Install SiftGPU library and its dependancies
- get SiftGPU from | SiftGPU website
- extract SiftGPU in /usr/loca/src/robot
- install dependancies (DevIL and GLEW) as follows
apt-get install libdevil-dev libglew-dev
- compile SiftGPU